http://sol-bd.com/features/animated-counters/feed Dr. Dzifa Dey is a Rheumatologist and consultant Physician. She founded The Rheumatology Initiative in 2012 after seeing the need to increase awareness about autoimmune rheumatic conditions in Africa where despite the increasing number of cases being diagnosed is still perceived as a “white mans” disease with no funding support and general lack of awareness. She is determined to improve the lives of people with autoimmune diseases especially the young ones, through increased awareness, earlier diagnosis, holistic treatment strategies and peer support to improve outcomes. Her dream would be a world class autoimmune diseases care centre in her home country Ghana and a future where autoimmune conditions have a cure!
http://ezeta.com.ar/index.php?option=com_content Kafui Dey is a Corporate Master of Ceremonies. With two decades of sales and marketing experience in various industries. He is passionate about increasing awareness and fundraising to help people with autoimmune conditions.
Agnes Otto–Boateng is a chartered architect with Arch-Xenus Company, one of the leading architectural firms in Ghana.
She comes on board with a relentless can-do attitude being victor over autoimmune disease.Her major drive is to empower affected people with creative régime altering mind-sets to aid a fulfilling life style.
Imelda K. Kuwornoo is the Administrator for The Rheumatology Initiative and the Rheusolute Support Group is a Chartered Marketer with over 15 years working experience in Marketing, Advertising and Administration. She has taken charge of administration for the Sales and Marketing department as well as the Corporate office of Omni Media Ltd. She is currently is the Marketing Administrator and Head of Client Services at Citi 97.3fm. Kafui is passionate about steering tRi is greater heights.
Apostle (Mrs) Lyanne Koffi is a Pastor, a conference speaker, and a renowned Counselor. She is the founder and the general overseer of The Lords Garden Ministries. The Ministry has seven (7) church branches in the nation, with its headquarters in Akosombo.